Sarah Caro, , MS, RNThe Catholic University of America PhD
Twenty years in the nursing profession providing nursing care to clients in the acute care and community setting. Experience providing clinical guidance and instruction to nursing students during adult health clinical rotation. Visiting clinical nursing instructor with experience teaching NURS 356 & NURS 360C, foundations and adult health clinical, and didactic teaching experience for NURS347 Health Assessment Across a Lifespan, NURS333 Professional Nursing II: Issues, and NURS 480 Nursing & Healthcare VII: Adult Health and Complex Illness for baccalaureate nursing students with Towson University. PICC trained vascular access nurse with Greater Baltimore Medical Center’s Vascular Access Team. Sigma Theta Tau International, Iota Epsilon Chapter, Community Leader. Publication, Nursing Made Incredibly Easy, July/August 2015 issue, “Vein Preservation in Patients with Chronic Kidney Disease”. Master of Science, Nursing: Leadership in Health Care Systems, Graduate Level Academic Certificate in Health Care Education, Graduate with Honors, Regis University, Denver CO, 2008. Bachelor of Science, Nursing, Regis University Denver, CO 2006. Associate of Science, Nursing,Harford Community College Bel Air, MD 1994. Currently pursuing a Phd in nursing with The Catholic University of America with the focused research topic of the autoimmune disorder alopecia areata.
Research/Clinical Practice Area: Jonas Nurse Leader – Other
Dissertation: The lived experience of alopecia areata for adult men and women 19 years of age and older